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Advocating Safe-Easy Biking & Walking Routes for Cupertino
Advocating Safe-Easy Biking & Walking Routes for Cupertino

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The third community meeting focusing on this important off-road trail that will benefit~250 CHS and ~175 Lawson Students who live in the immediate neighborhood.  This amenity will also benefit local and CHS students who want to walk or bike to the…
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Date:04/18/2018 5:02 pm The Transportation Division has been busy working towards implementing some of the prioritized projects identified in the City of Cupertino 2016 Bicycle Transportation Plan that was adopted by City Council in June 2016.  Below…
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This is a great resource to see and review upcoming regional and statewide bike events from Talbott’s Cycles in San Mateo. Talbott’s Cyclery
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Homestead High Bike Program Review at the April 10, 2018 Safe Routes to School Meeting
Homestead High Spring Update
Homestead High Spring Update
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Sunnyvale pursues campaign to eliminate deadly traffic accidents   A community meeting is planned at the Sunnyvale Public Library on April 4 to discuss traffic safety measures Sunnyvale is pursuing as part of Vision Zero, an initiative that aims to…
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Foothill Expressway intersections need green bike lanes Published: 04 April 2018 Written by Chris Hoeber This time around, I’d like to address plans for the intersections of Foothill Expressway at San Antonio Road and El Monte Avenue in Los Altos. These…
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Maria Klawe  Forbes Magazine March 20, 2018 In case you didn’t know, there is a bicycle revolution under way across the United States. And examining how and why some cities are embracing bicycle traffic, and others are not, can be a valuable lesson in how…
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New  York Times (03.15.18) Remaining physically active as we grow older could help to keep our muscles and immune systems robust, according to two inspiring new studies of older recreational cyclists. Together, the experiments add to growing evidence that…
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